Insulation on internal walls , would you do bathroom the same ?

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johniosaif

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johniosaif

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I take it you actually mean external walls?
If so why wouldn't you do the bathroom the same, or even better spec?
Yes , external walls/ internal face , might wait for plumbers first fix then I can fit timbers that won’t be cut through or in the way , I normally didn’t insulate bathrooms , but want the place nice and warm , it’s the BTL
 

malc

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the bathroom looks a tight space.
you could consider lime hemp or eco cork floating systems both claim to be insulating.
 

Vincey

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Watching you getting stuck in John is getting me all motivated to get some works done at mine too , seems like you are taking no prisoners atm cracking on at your place
 

johniosaif

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Watching you getting stuck in John is getting me all motivated to get some works done at mine too , seems like you are taking no prisoners atm cracking on at your place
We are doing the demolition bit whilst waiting for plumbing nd electrical first fix , doing a few small jobs in between
 

Smudger1

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I'm doing my bathroom out soon and debating between batton out and insulation batts or just fixing insulated p boards straight on and tiling the lot after, heat exchange unit sounds good too its got 3 big external walls so a coldish room.
 

johniosaif

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I'm doing my bathroom out soon and debating between batton out and insulation batts or just fixing insulated p boards straight on and tiling the lot after, heat exchange unit sounds good too its got 3 big external walls so a coldish room.
I went with the 2x2 timbers and fifty mm insulation in the bedrooms as it was goo for the electrics and plumbing , still deciding re the bathroom , will look into heat recovery
 
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